After the need for extra space, the creation of free flowing indoor outdoor living space is one of the main reasons why people buy a garden room.
Creating a living space that opens up onto the garden has become very popular over recent years, and garden rooms really lend themselves to this concept.
The large expanses of glass used in modern garden room design create a seamless merger of inside outside space, bifold doors which fold back to open up whole walls excentuate this connection of space.
Sitting in any garden room you’re going to have the feeling of being part of the garden, but you can maximise this feeling by developing the area around your garden room. In these images we have developed the area around the garden room by adding decking, you can see the two spaces have a connection and free movement between the office area and the relaxing area.
In part this connection works because similar materials have been used – the decking matches the cladding on the room and the decking wraps around two elevations, so both pairs of doors lead out onto it.
Developing the area around your garden room can be done after your garden room has been built, but you might want to think about it at the initial design stage, so that your garden room designer can match materials and create a flowing living / leisure space, which you can enjoy from day one.
Whilst you browse this site for inspiration, think about the space around your garden room and get two new livings spaces for one!